Microsoft.NET XML Web Services

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Sams Publishing, 2002 - Computers - 464 pages

This book will therefore serve as both an introductory title and an in-depth reference that will grow with the reader as they begin to create their own Web Services. They will come to understand what Web Services are, where they fit into the 'big picture' and will have many coding examples to choose from within the first five chapters. As they begin to "get serious" about developing enterprise level Web Services, they will be able to refer back to the detailed information about the classes that implement Web Services and come to a deeper understanding of what is happening behind the scenes.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
MicRosoft NET XML WeB SeRvices
2
Introducing Web Services
5
Creating a Simple Web Service with NET SDK
37
Consuming a Simple Web Service with NET SDK
51
Creating a Simple Web Service in Visual Studio NET
65
Consuming a Web Service in Visual Studio NET
75
How ASP NET Works
89
Passing ADO NET DataSets via Web Services
233
UsingtheWebServicesDesignerinVisualStudio NET
263
COM Interoperability and Web Services
273
Using Transactions in Web Services
285
Calling Web Services Asynchronously
301
Consuming Web Services in Office XP
321
Web Service Behaviors
337
Manipulating SOAP Headers in Web Services
353

Examining SOAP
103
Examining SOAP
121
Understanding WSDL
123
Understanding DISCO
137
Exceptions and Error Handling
145
Accessing ASP NET Objects via Web Services
165
Three Methods of Calling Web Services
181
Web Service Attributes and Properties
193
Passing Complex Data Types and Structures
205
Manipulating SOAP Messages Using XML Attributes
369
Using SOAP Extensions
377
Understanding UDDI
399
Configuring Deploying and Securing Web Services
413
Introducing NET My Services
439
A SOAP Web Services and NET Links on the Internet
449
Index
451
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Robert Tabor (MCP) has over eight years experience in Microsoft technologies as a software consultant for many well-known companies, such as Ernst & Young, KPMG, Cambridge Technology Partners, Sprint, the American Heart Association, and the Mary Kay Corporation. He has a degree in Management Information Systems from Loyola University of Chicago. Robert provides thought leadership on .NET, SOAP, and Web Services at his site http://www.SOAPWebServices.com.

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